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Welcome to Market Insights.

This edition of Market Insights features Deepak Kumar citing Nifty making base for a great bull rally, SMC recommending Amtek Auto and Axis Bank for the near term, Way2Wealth recommending to 'Sell' Bank Of Baroda but to 'Buy' Mahindra & Mahindra and BPCL, SMC citing 30% upside potential for Hindustan Media Ventures and 25% upside potential for Bank Of Baroda, and Prakash Lohana highlightng the importance of formal succession planning. As usual, we also have a technical query answered by our experts in the 'Ask an Expert' section.

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Nifty is Making Base for a Great Bull Rally of 1500-2000 Points Ahead

Most of the analysts and traders have maintained their negative outlook of market but Nifty is rising gradually with a new high every day. Deepak Kumar takes the opportunity to analyse Nifty from long term points of view with near term probabilities.

Click here to read the elaborate analysis by Deepak Kumar


Technical Calls: Amtek Auto and Axis Bank
According to SMC, Amtek Auto could see more upside in the near term, as it has rebounded by forming fresh buying pivot near 145 levels after a marginal fall from 260 levels. Similarly, Axis Bank is trading within a range of 500-600 levels from last few months, and this consolidation indicates that it will give a breakout and rise sharply.

Fundamental picks: These stocks have an upside of 25% and 30% respectively
Looking forward in an 8-10 months time frame, SMC finds Bank Of Baroda sharply increasing provisions for bad and restructured loans even as its quarterly profit nearly halved because of improvement in asset quality while Hindustan Media Ventures adapting, completing and building value in it brands over the long-term.

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Weekly Equity Picks: Sell Bank of Baroda, and Buy BPCL and M&M
Way2wealth sees futures in Bank Of Baroda completing the bearish head and shoulders chart pattern on the weekly chart over the time span of one year and prices travelling southwards in order to achieve the price target. However in case of futures in Mahindra & Mahindra, bullish momentum is still intact in the price structure despite prices failing to settle above the resistance line. Similarly in case of futures in BPCL, prices have already breached the falling down trend line and are on the verge of taking off the right shoulder high, and the same will lead to sharp move on the upside.

Succession Planning: Write Will to keep family peaceful and happy
The Indian society does not consider succession planning seriously. Indians believe that they will discuss this with their legal heirs informally at some point of time when they will get older. Hence, Prakash Lohana takes the opportunity to highlight the importance of formal succession planning as well as of understanding the applicability of succession laws in India.

Featured Technical Call for today by Wizrich
Sell IDFC May Fut in the range of 155.3-155 or slightly higher around 156 for targets of 153.1-151-148 in 3-5 days
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One of our readers and an active investor wanted to invest Rs 2 lakhs each in two IT companies having high returns and good fundamentals for a period of one year. He also wanted to know whether to split it into six lots in next six months or buy at certain price as and when it comes to certain price. Read the promising solution provided by Rakesh Rathod and CapitalVia.


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